Thousands log on to transcribe handwritten catalogue dating back to 18th century and put 30,000 ancient objects online
Atari’s ET: which video games deserve to be buried in the desert?
Unsold copies of Atari’s infamous ET game have been found buried in New Mexico. Which games do you think should have been consigned to the ground?
Apps bring museum studies to life
Touchscreen devices are putting students and curators together
WikiLoot aims to use crowdsourcing to track down stolen ancient artefacts
Man behind WikiLoot hopes crowdsourcing experiment will help to find some of the world’s oldest and most valuable treasures
Salford scientists reveal the ‘sound of Stonehenge’
Whatever went on there, it would have impressed the ancient Britons. Even if it was only whispering.
Stonehenge as you’ve never seen it before…
Archaeologists reveal a new way of viewing Stonehenge using Google Earth software
Wikipedia begins blackout in protest against US anti-piracy laws
English version of website goes offline for 24 hours as part of ‘day of darkness’ in protest at US anti-piracy laws
We should scour the moon for ancient traces of aliens, say scientists
Online volunteers could be set task of spotting alien technology, evidence of mining and rubbish heaps in moon images
AZ: F – Flint (Stone Tools)
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